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ABSTRACT Aided by the growing interest in the cultural dimensions of psychology, the experiences of psychologists working with communities under wartime duress and in the immediate post‐war context have forced us to re‐think our understanding of trauma and psychotherapeutic intervention....
ABSTRACT This article explores the various psychosocial problems that children and adolescents experienced due to communal violence in the Indian state of Gujarat in 2002. Five strategies were adapted to provide support and care to the children and adolescents in the relief camps as well as in...
ABSTRACT In December 2004 a tsunami destroyed the whole coastal line, killing more than 10,000 people in the district of Ampara alone and left many injured and homeless. But even before 2004 the whole population had faced 20 years of civil war, and in 2006 this war started again. People suffer...
ABSTRACT This article discusses the results of a study on the psychosocial impact of armed conflict on children and families in the Philippines employing a multi‐method inquiry on the subject. Results showed that fear affected the children and their families' and was central in most of their...
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